Matthew Graves, President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the federal prosecutor’s office in Washington, D.C., reported nearly $700,000 in compensation from DLA Piper representing corporate clients like Coca-Cola and Nike, according to a financial statement.

Graves, who has been a litigation and compliance partner in DLA Piper’s D.C. office since 2016, reported a $645,696 partnership share and a $50,000 bonus, according to his financial disclosure form

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